The past, present and future of boxing collide when the Undisputed Boxing video game is released. For the first time since 2011, Fight fans can join or fight their favorite boxers.

The first boxing video game since Fight Night Champion, Undisputed will have an Early Access date on January 31st for PC users on Steam.

Boxing fans will have the chance to enter Career Mode featuring some of today’s biggest boxing stars. Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder, Ryan Garcia, Katie Taylor and Canelo Alvarez are just a few of today’s stars joining the game.

What about celebrating the past?

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Over 50 licensed fighters will be included during Early Access, and over 200 are expected when completed. Several boxing greats are set to join the game.

From Muhammad Ali, Roy Jones Jr. to Sugar Ray Leonard, here’s a list of retired boxers announced (so far) in The Undisputed Games.

Retired boxer in undisputed video game

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Muhammad Ali heavyweight
Kell Brook middleweight, welterweight
Frank Bruno heavyweight
Anthony Crolla lightweight, featherweight
Joe Frazier heavyweight
Karl Froch middleweight
Arturo Gatti Lightweight, Welterweight, Featherweight
George Groves middleweight
Ricky Hatton lightweight, welterweight
Roy Jones Jr. Middleweight, Cruiserweight, Light Heavyweight, Heavyweight
sugar ray leonard welterweight
Joe Louis heavyweight
Enzo Maccarinelli Cruiserweight, Light Heavyweight
Rock Marciano heavyweight
Sean Porter welterweight, middleweight
Scott Quigg Featherweight, Bantamweight
sugar ray robinson Lightweight, Welterweight, Middleweight
Ryan Rose welterweight, middleweight
Mickey Ward lightweight, welterweight

Sporting News will keep you updated when more names are announced.


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